#Resistance Jumped Shark 9 Times This Week to Fabricate Trump Crisis

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Written on Saturday, September 8, 2018 by John Nolte:

As President Trump continues to deliver peace and prosperity for the first time since September 11, 2001, the increasingly hysterical, outraged, and desperate Resistance could not stop jumping the shark this week.

These awful people are really, really, really hoping to con prospering Americans into believing something as shallow and meaningless as Trump’s management style is some sort of national emergency.

While Trump continues to make the kind of sound decisions that (among many other things) have turned around our economy, put two superb justices on the Supreme Court (Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation seems secure), reigns in Putin and North Korea, and have all but wiped out ISIS, all these sore losers, grifters, and left-wing liars have to attack him with is his unorthodox management style.

What they do not want you focused on, especially with the midterm elections weeks away, are the unprecedented results of Trump’s “chaotic” management style [emphasis mine], results that have lowered black and Hispanic unemployment to record levels, brought manufacturing back to the Rust Belt, and made the endless War on Terror feel like a bad memory.

This week was especially bad for the crybabies. As Trump racked up a successful confirmation hearing for Kavanaugh and the kind of economic news the media assured us was no longer possible, the pitiful and certifiably insane Resistance went shark jumping on at least nine occasions… Read about all nine at breitbart.com.

4 responses to “#Resistance Jumped Shark 9 Times This Week to Fabricate Trump Crisis”

  1. Joe Z says:

    We need to accomplish at least four things to achieve long-term prosperity in America: One, eliminate the Department of Education. Two, give lefty teachers and professors the boot. Three, break up the oligopolistic techie consortiums. Four, bring down the lefty media.

  2. Tom says:

    It didn’t take 60 years to break up Standard Oil or AT&T once the decision was made. Google and Facebook are in effect both monopolies. They should both be broken up.

  3. Tom says:

    AS far as the media is concerned. The constitution reads freedom of the press and free speech, not freedom of propaganda. Perhaps the answer is using the RICO act. They certainly act like a conspiracy.

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